The Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights has submitted an amicus curiae brief with the ECtHR in the case Grzęda v. Poland. The case concerns a judge elected to the National Council of the Judiciary whose term of office was terminated early.
The HFHR has communicated to the CoE's Committee of Ministers about Poland's report on the implementation of the ECtHR judgement in the Bistieva case, which concerns the detention of a family of refugees with children.
A group of 14 attorneys provided assistance to persons seeking international protection in Poland at a crossing point on the border with Belarus, a frontier where the rights of asylum seekers are blatantly ignored.
A panel of 11 judges of the Constitutional Tribunal has ruled that a new amendment creating "cyclical assemblies" is constitutional, giving the government extensive power to decided which public demonstrations are allowed.
The Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights (HFHR) has filed an application to the European Court of Human Rights regarding the case of P.M., a Polish man with an intellectual disability who was sentenced to 25 years in prison for a double murder.